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08 Nov 2012, 13:12
Do I have an option to not select any schools in the beginning, but be able to view my score, and then pay additional fee to send the score later?

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09 Nov 2012, 06:50
dimpleyy wrote:
Do I have an option to not select any schools in the beginning, but be able to view my score, and then pay additional fee to send the score later?

Thanks!

If my memory serves right, selecting schools on test day is not mandatory. You can skip that screen.

However, if you decide to select schools, then I am certain that you need not select all 5 schools. Couple of my friends selected 3 schools since they could not find some of their target schools in the list.

But, why don't want you want to select the 5 schools for which scores will be sent for free?! Just curious
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09 Nov 2012, 13:06
Because I'm just not very confident that I am going to do good.

I'm applying to the grad school where I am already currently an undergrad, so technically it's easy for me to get in to the grad school. I'm trying the GMAT to see if I can get merit aid, but they said if I submit a low GMAT score, it can affect my admission decision. So I definitely want to see my score first before I decide to send it!
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10 Nov 2012, 00:40
dimpleyy wrote:
Because I'm just not very confident that I am going to do good.

I'm applying to the grad school where I am already currently an undergrad, so technically it's easy for me to get in to the grad school. I'm trying the GMAT to see if I can get merit aid, but they said if I submit a low GMAT score, it can affect my admission decision. So I definitely want to see my score first before I decide to send it!

Hmmm makes sense. All the best!
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